[Article 43:1] Notes from the Ofice of the Director of the School of Nursing (1) Advisory Board of School of Nursing. (2) Concerning Faculty and Staff of School of Nursing. (3) Student Activities. (4) Centralizing Instruction with Other Schools. (5) Christmas Festivities. — January 1944
Changes in the membership of the Advisory Board to the School of Nursing; interesting proceedings of the faculty meetings and activities of some of its members with recommendations of changes in the clinical nursing program; numbers of admissions to new classes, their admission convocation with Alice Carr as speaker, progress of U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps in JHHSON; joint programs with Sinai Hospital School of Nursing, Church Home and Hospital, and Women's Hospital; Christmas 1943 plans.
[Article 43:1] Officers and Committees of The Johns Hopkins Hospital Nurses Alumnae Association, Inc. 1943 - 1944.. — January 1944
Listing of all officers, committee chairmen and committee members of the Nurses Alumnae Association for the year 1943 - 1944.
Excerpts from letters from Lavinia Dock and two older alumnae from the first class of student nurses of memories of Isabel Hampton Robb. The letter from Miss Dock contains several stories about Mrs. Robb.
[Article 43:1] The College Field Program of the Recruitment Committee, National Nursing Council for War Service. — January 1944
Creator: McVicar, Jessie Black
Brief account of this group for massive recruitment program for nurses.(More complete account to be found in Vol. 43, No. 2, April 1944 ALUMNAE MAAGAZINE)
[Article 43:1] The Maryland Nursing Council for War Service. — January 1944
Creator: Northam, Ethel
Group assembled for defense and war service give the results of the study the nursing needs in Maryland, to recommend actions to meet the needs, to work for increased student enrollment during the two years of its functioning.
[Article 43:2] Book Reviews (1) The Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Vol 1; (2)The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Vol. 2; (3) Textbook of Anatomy and Physiology; (4) Friends in Nursing History: Their Relationship to World Events; (5) Principles of Psychiatric Nursing. — April 1944
Creator: Sherman, Ruth Brewster
Brief reviews of several new books of interest to Hopkins and/or nursing.
[Article 43:2] College Students Are Interested in Nursing Report of the National Recruitment Program. — April 1944
Creator: McVicar, Jessie Black
Report of the Committee on Recruitment of The National Nursing Council for War Service which was devoted to recruiting college students but also to interpret nursing to college presidents, deans and faculty. The committee found that "college students are definitely interested in nursing" but are critical of other conditions.
Creator: Parrott, Emma Osborn Cleaver ; Nevins, Georgia M. ; Cooper, Eva R. ; Undritz, Elizabeth (Betty) White ; Bush, Catherine Lyon ; Knowlton, Edna
Various letters from various alumnae on different subjects
[Article 43:2] Letter from Anne Herbert, 1925 Repatriated from China via the S. S. Gripsholm. — April 1944
Creator: Herbert, Anne E.
A Hopkins nurse working at a hospital in China is interned by the Japanese in Shanghai after December 7, 1941, finally after seven months returned by ship to New York City harbor by a very circuitous route.
Alumnae Association honors Christina Dick, 1899, and Loula Kennedy, 1903, for continuous service to the School of Nursing. Includes letters from Effie Taylor, 1907, and Dr. Winford Smith, also letters of appreciation from Miss Dick and Miss Kennedy.
Activities of the School during the "war" years: graduation of current class with 100% joining of the Red Cross, reduction of staff due to war needs, activities regarding the Cadet Nurse Corps, work of the faculty, changes/additions to curriculum.
[Article 43:2] Report of the Regular Meeting of the Alumnae Association. — April 1944
Proceedings of Regular meeting of Nurses Alumnae Association including reports of all standing and special committees. At this meeting, Olive Berger (of the Anesthesia Dept) is proposed for honorary membership in the JHNAA.
[Article 43:2] Student Nurses Page (1) The I.V.N.A. Affiliation; (2) Sydenham Hospital Affiliation; (3) One Week -- Three Days. — April 1944
Creator: Harrison, Ann Strickland ; Cheatham, Mary B. ; Brumfield, Mary Mylor
Reports by students on several nursing affiliations and experiences.
[Article 43:2] The 18th General Hospital Address Given by Dr. H. Alvan Jones at Alumnae Meeting ebruary 17, 1944. — April 1944
Address given February 17, 1944 by Dr. H. Alvan Jones on the history and the experiences of the World War II Medical Unit General Hospital #18 from Hopkins that served in the South Pacific.
[Article 43:3] Editorials (1) Mary Adelaide Nutting Award (2) Baccalaureate Degree Now Required to Enter our School of Nursing. — July 1944
Creator: Wolf, Anna Dryden ; Cullen, Mary Bartlett Dixon
(1) Creation of Mary Adelaide Nutting Award by National League of Nursing Education and first issue of medal presented to Miss Nutting. Includes photo in frontispiece of both sides of medal, also includes letter from Anna D. Wolf, an attendee. (2) Announcement of new baccalaureate degree needed to enter JHH School of Nursing as step in the progresss of nursing.
Description of and life in the Japanese concentration camp, once a missionary community, near Weihsien, China in which the author and others lived and cared for others for five months in the makeshift hospital set up by the internees.
[Article 43:3] Penicillin A Discussion of Its Antibacterial Properties and Clinical Application . — July 1944
Creator: Fisher, A.M.
History of discovery of penicillin and its use as an antibiotic against certain strains of bacteria. Includes its limitations and doubts about effectriveness in certain conditions, e.g. Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis. (Article from a paper given on March 19,1944 for MD. State League of Nursing Education)
Letter of reminiscences of 1889-1891 by a member of the first graduating class of the JHH Training School for Nurses.
[Article 43:3] Report of the Regular Meeting of the Alumnae Association. — July 1944
Minutes of meeting including reports of all standing and special committees.
Attendance also by Jones, E. N., Scott, Doris C.
[Article 43:3] School of Nursing Notes from the Nursing School Office. — July 1944
Creator: Wolf, Anna Dryden
New policy of baccalaureate requirement for entry to school of nursing with the reasons for new decision; Faculty changes in the school; building program for extension of nurses' dining room and other service facilities; September graduation excercises; assignments of Senior Cadet Nurses; news of some alumnae.
Miss Lawler remembers some of her first days as a student with the immediate nursing activities, night duty, work in typhoid wards, experiences in the diet school, the rapid rise in activities and responsibility -- all as a member of the first three-year class of 1899.
[Article 43:4] Report of the Fifty-Second Annual Meeting of the Alumnae Association. — October 1944
Minutes and reports of all standing and special committees of the Nurses' Alumnae Association on Sept. 19, 1944.
Activities and assignments of students, especially of the Cadet Nurse Corps, prospects for next admission of students, faculty work, impact of World War II on the school and students. (Report given at Graduation Exercises, Sept. 18, 1944 by Miss Anna D. Wolf, Director of Nurses and Nursing Service, Johns Hopkins Hospital)